Student Pilot

The Student Pilot Community provides resources, tips, and advice for anyone thinking of learning to fly or who is undergoing flight training. This could be for any type of recreationla or commercial license/certificate or for a supplmental rating.

This site was created as an additional resource to the Facebook group of the same name in which members ask questions, provide answers, and discuss the merits of various flight schools.

Members also like to announce their first solo, first solo cross-country flights, ground school exam passes, and their eventual achievement of their goals.

If you have ever thought of learning to fly and you simply want to find out more then join our Facebook group and ask your question. There is no such thing as a dumb question in aviation. We were all beginners at one time and we never stop learning.

Student Pilot Community

Facebook group 50,000+ members
Growing daily since 2016

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Benefits of Joining our group

Whatever your interest or ability with regard to general or commercial aviation, there’s something for you in our group.


why people fly

There are many advantages and positive repercussions that emerge when someone embarks on a series of flying lessons.

“Learning to fly can offer a number of benefits. For one, it can provide a sense of freedom and adventure. The ability to take to the skies can open up new possibilities for travel and exploration. In addition, flying can also be a practical skill to have. For example, it can be useful for getting to remote locations or for emergency situations. Beyond that, learning to fly can also be a great way to challenge oneself both mentally and physically. It requires coordination, focus, and concentration. For many people, the process of learning to fly can be an immensely rewarding experience.”
Student Pilot community
August 2022
“Flying instructors typically work regular hours, although their schedule may vary depending on the needs of their students. During preflight briefings and flight lessons, instructors provide guidance and instruction to students on how to operate an aircraft. They also monitor student progress and provide feedback after each lesson. In addition to flight lessons, instructors may also be responsible for maintaining aircraft and performing other administrative tasks. Although the job can be challenging at times, it is also gratifying to see students reach their goal of becoming a pilot.”
Student pilot community
August 2022